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  • SYNCHRONIZED GROUND BREAKING... SYNCHRONIZED GROUND BREAKING... Synchronized Ground Breaking of Farm to Market Access and Domestic Water supply conducted at Guioeng-Kimpit-Bana-ao FMR entrance, Amlimay Buguias Benguet. Participated by Municipal Mayor Melchor Diclas, MLGU, BLGU, PMET, BLGU, Beneficiaries and CHARMP2 Family on March 8, 2013// Photo taken by CMO Jawardson Abiasen
  • CHARMP2 RID  COORDINATOR... CHARMP2 RID COORDINATOR... CHARMP2, RID Coordinator Mr. Filemon Salvador conducted inspection on the construction of Improvement of Halsema Junction- Buas Farm to Market Road and Bot-oan- Nakidol FMR. Photo taken on June 19, 2013.//Photo by Jawardson Abiasen CMO Buguias.
  • MR. GABRIEL C. PACIO... MR. GABRIEL C. PACIO... Mr. Gabriel C. Pacio Provincial Coordinator Benguet, Vice Mayor Ereneo Calwag, Mr. Dizon Dolo Barangay Chairman Amlimay, Buguias. September 3, 2013. //Photo by Jawardson Abiasen
  • The PROJECT MANAGER... The PROJECT MANAGER... The Project Manager Dr. Cameron P. Odsey present during the Turnover and Acceptance of the project, Improvement of Guioeng- Nakidol-Bana-ao FMR at Amlimay, Buguias. September 3, 2013.//Photo by Jawardson Abiasen.
  • “PARA ASSEMBLYMAN APO”... "PARA ASSEMBLYMAN APO"... From the identification of Priority Project during PPIP, Program of works, Project Proposals, Validation and others. This is the fruits of all those hard works of your Barangay Leaders, Municipal Leader and Engineers, The Projects Managers peech during the Turnover and Acceptance of Guioeng- Nakidol-Bana-ao FMR at Amlimay, Buguias. September 3, 2013. //Photo by Jawardson Abiasen.

  • REDWOOD ORGANIZATION. . . REDWOOD ORGANIZATION. . . Redwood organization started to prepare the reforestation sites for plantation after the validation team validates the nursery established last July 30,2013. "You can now proceed to plantation while there is still rain", said Raegan Codmos, one of the member of the team and CWCFMA staff.
  • REDWOOD ORGANIZATION. . . REDWOOD ORGANIZATION. . . Redwood organization started to prepare the reforestation sites for plantation after the validation team validates the nursery established last July 30,2013. "You can now proceed to plantation while there is still rain", said Raegan Codmos, one of the member of the team and CWCFMA staff.//Edna Banga-an, CMO
  • REDWOOD ORGANIZATION. . . REDWOOD ORGANIZATION. . . Redwood organization started to prepare the reforestation sites for plantation after the validation team validates the nursery established last July 30,2013."You can now proceed to plantation while there is still rain", said Raegan Codmos, one of the member of the team and CWCFMA staff.//Edna Banga-an, CMO
  • REDWOOD ORGANIZATION. . . REDWOOD ORGANIZATION. . . Redwood organization started to prepare the reforestation sites for plantation after the validation team validates the nursery established last July 30,2013."You can now proceed to plantation while there is still rain", said Raegan Codmos, one of the member of the team and CWCFMA staff.//Edna Banga-an, CMO
  • REDWOOD ORGANIZATION. . . Redwood organization started to prepare the reforestation sites for plantation after the validation team validates the nursery established last July 30,2013."You can now proceed to plantation while there is still rain", said Raegan Codmos, one of the member of the team and CWCFMA staff.//Edna Banga-an, CMO
  • REDWOOD ORGANIZATION. . . REDWOOD ORGANIZATION. . . Redwood organization started to prepare the reforestation sites for plantation after the validation team validates the nursery established last July 30,2013."You can now proceed to plantation while there is still rain", said Raegan Codmos, one of the member of the team and CWCFMA staff.//Edna Banga-an, CMO

  • SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE Mr. Kristofferson D. Diwas, Community Development Officer discusses about the BPMET Program on May 7, 2013 at Kibungan, Benguet during the BPMET training. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan
  • SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE Soquib, Besao, Mountain Province - The participants goes for hands-on monitoring in the nursery establishment of Reforestation PO here as part of the BPMET training held at Besao on April 15-16, 2013. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan
  • SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE BPMET training participants measure the length of the Demang CIS as part of their training workshop. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan
  • SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE Engineer Maximo Farong-ey guides the PMET members in monitoring the Fokong CIS in Sakasakan, Sadanga, Mountain Province Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan
  • SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE Sadanga Municipal Planning Development Coordinator Jose F. Lampesa facilitates the oath taking of some of the BPMET members after their BPMET training. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan
  • SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE Participants of the BPMET training at Poblacion, Kibungan actively participates in the discussion. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan
  • SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE Participants of the BPMET training at Poblacion, Kibungan actively participates in the discussion. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan
  • SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE A PMET member applies one of the principles of monitoring community irrigation systems in Fokong CIS. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan
  • SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE George Astudillo Jr, Provincial Supervisor give some tips on monitoring agroforestry nursery sites during the monitoring practicum at Barangay Demang, Sadanga, Mountain Province. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan
  • SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE Sadanga Engineer Maximo Farong-ey discusses the Government Procurement Reform Act during the BPMET training at Sadanga, Mountain Province on April 18-19, 2013. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan
  • SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE Engineer Samson Pedrito, Municipal Engineer of Besao facilitates oath taking of some of the BPMET members. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan
  • SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE The participants resourcefully uses bamboo stick and leaves to measure the height of the nursery site and seedlings respectively. After the onsite monitoring activity, they measured said improvised measuring tool and indicate results in their monitoring report. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan
  • SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE Payeo, Besao, Mountain Province â€" BPMET training participants monitors the agroforestry nursery in Payeo, Besao, Mountain Province as part of their training workshop. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan
  • SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE Poblacion, Besao, Mountain Province - A group pf BPMET training participants conduct monitoring of farm to market road in here. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan
  • SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE SMPIP CONDUCTS BPMET TRAININGS REGIONWIDE Soquib, Besao, Mountain Province - The participants goes for hands-on monitoring in the nursery establishment of Reforestation PO here as part of the BPMET training held at Besao on April 15-16, 2013. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan

  • CHARM2 Project turned-over Danicag DWS CHARM2 Project turned-over Danicag DWS CHARM2 Project staff together with the community pray for the blessing of the newly constructed Danicag Domestic Water System at Barangay Cuba, Kapangan during its turn-over ceremony on May 10, 2013. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan
  • CHARM2 Project turned-over Danicag DWS CHARM2 Project turned-over Danicag DWS Kapangan Mayor Robert Canuto (fourth from the left) and Felimon Salvador, RID Coordinator (sixth from the left) lead the Ribbon Cutting of the turn-over and acceptance ceremony of the Danicag DWS. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan
  • CHARM2 Project turned-over Danicag DWS CHARM2 Project turned-over Danicag DWS CHARM2 Project RID Coordinator Filemon Salvador, PCO Gabriel Pacio,LGU officials and DaWaSA PO officers sign the turn-over documents of the Danicag Domestic Water System to officially signify the responsibility of the PO as managers of the said project. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan
  • CHARM2 Project turned-over Danicag DWS CHARM2 Project turned-over Danicag DWS A beneficiary expresses their gratefulness to the project as they are now ensured of a safe source of domestic water through the installation of the Danicag Domestic Water System in Pakawan, Cuba, Kapangan. Photonews by: BSU DevCom Interns-Hannah Lee B. Copez; Rogelyn R. Piay; Jema Lyn P. Dulagan

  • CHARM-ON-AIR LAUNCHED IN ABRA CHARM-ON-AIR LAUNCHED IN ABRA Abra finally launches the CHARM-on-air radio program live on air via DZPA at Bangued, Abra last September 12 .
  • CHARM-ON-AIR LAUNCHED IN ABRA CHARM-ON-AIR LAUNCHED IN ABRA Abra finally launches the CHARM-on-air radio program live on air via DZPA at Bangued, Abra last September 12 .
  • CHARM-ON-AIR LAUNCHED IN ABRA CHARM-ON-AIR LAUNCHED IN ABRA Abra finally launches the CHARM-on-air radio program live on air via DZPA at Bangued, Abra last September 12 .
  • CHARM-ON-AIR LAUNCHED IN ABRA CHARM-ON-AIR LAUNCHED IN ABRA Abra finally launches the CHARM-on-air radio program live on air via DZPA at Bangued, Abra last September 12 .
  • CHARM-ON-AIR LAUNCHED IN ABRA CHARM-ON-AIR LAUNCHED IN ABRA Abra finally launches the CHARM-on-air radio program live on air via DZPA at Bangued, Abra last September 12 .
  • CHARM-ON-AIR LAUNCHED IN ABRA CHARM-ON-AIR LAUNCHED IN ABRA Abra finally launches the CHARM-on-air radio program live on air via DZPA at Bangued, Abra last September 12 .
  • CHARM-ON-AIR LAUNCHED IN ABRA CHARM-ON-AIR LAUNCHED IN ABRA Abra finally launches the CHARM-on-air radio program live on air via DZPA at Bangued, Abra last September 12 .
  • CHARM-ON-AIR LAUNCHED IN ABRA CHARM-ON-AIR LAUNCHED IN ABRA Abra finally launches the CHARM-on-air radio program live on air via DZPA at Bangued, Abra last September 12 .

  • CHARM2 confirms 26 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry CHARM2 confirms 26 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry Hon. Valentine B. Lam-osen, Sangguniang Bayan Chairman on Agriculture congratulates the graduates during his opening remarks.
  • CHARM2 confirms 26 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry CHARM2 confirms 26 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry Margarita Bacoco, MRDC Provincial Supervisor, addressing the graduates. She talks on the importance of practicing what they've learned and hopes that it serves as additional knowledge.
  • CHARM2 confirms 26 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry CHARM2 confirms 26 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry SHOW OF SUPPORT - Connie Wangdali (r), Assistant Provincial Planning and Development Officer, awards medals and certificates to the graduates assisted by (l-r) John Likigan, Provincial Agriculturist, Hon. Valentine B. Lam-osen ,SB Chairman on Agriculture and Robert Pangod, Executive Assistant to the Mayor.
  • CHARM2 confirms 26 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry CHARM2 confirms 26 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry Jimmy Gacawen (l), CHARM2 Promotion of Agro-forestry on Slope Areas (PASA) point person, congratulates the graduates in behalf of the CHARM2 Project. In his message, he explained the post-FFS activities under the CWCFMA component. He says that the funds to be given by the project is not for individuals but for the group to be used for nursery establishment, management and eventual outplanting in their own lots.
  • CHARM2 confirms 26 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry CHARM2 confirms 26 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry THE GRADUATES - Participants pose for picture taking after the ceremony. The beneficiaries are expected to be prepared in conducting agro-forestry activities in their own individual lots.

  • Laylaya presents 23 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry Laylaya presents 23 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry Barangay Laylaya is found in the boundary of Mountain Province and Ilocos Sur with a population of more than 800 as of 2007.
  • Laylaya presents 23 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry Laylaya presents 23 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry Sagada Vice-Mayor Harry Balliaga talks on the importance of organic farming. He hopes that the graduates would apply what they've learned and add more agro-forest trees present in the community.
  • Laylaya presents 23 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry Laylaya presents 23 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry John Likigan, Provincial Agriculturist, says that the graduates are lucky to be part of the FFS on Agro-forestry. He explained the importance of the training before the needed funds for agro-forestry activities is provided.
  • Laylaya presents 23 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry Laylaya presents 23 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry A graduate receives her certificate of training. Certificates were awarded by (l-r) Jimmy Gacawen, CHARM2 Promotion of Agro-forestry on Slope Areas (PASA) point person, Vice-Mayor Harry Balliaga, Barangay Captain Edward Laleo and John Likigan, Provincial Agriculturist.
  • Laylaya presents 23 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry Laylaya presents 23 graduates on FFS on agro-forestry WITH A SMILE - The graduates pose for picture taking with the guests after the activity.

  • AAIGA monitors PO organic swine production AAIGA monitors PO organic swine production Dr. Leonora K. Verzola (right), AAIGA Coordinator, meets with some of the farmer co-operators and members before the field monitoring. Joe Choy-awon (second from right), Municipal Agriculturist Officer, is also present during the meeting.
  • AAIGA monitors PO organic swine production AAIGA monitors PO organic swine production Yankee Bayongan, a farmer co-operator, checks on his swine.
  • AAIGA monitors PO organic swine production AAIGA monitors PO organic swine production Valentin Bana-aw, Sr. checks on his swine (center) as Romeo Changwayan (left), PO President and Dr. Leonora Verzola (right) looks on. Mr. Bana-aw uses his relativeÂ's pig pen.
  • AAIGA monitors PO organic swine production AAIGA monitors PO organic swine production Ernesto Habban, a farmer co-operator, shows off his own produced organic feeds. Just like the others, he uses camote leaves, banana leaves, among others, which are available in the community.
  • AAIGA monitors PO organic swine production AAIGA monitors PO organic swine production Claro Onanon (left), PO Vice-Chairman and a farmer co-operator says that organic swine's meat is more delicious and tasty.
  • AAIGA monitors PO organic swine production AAIGA monitors PO organic swine production Julie Chulanan (second from left), PO secretary and a farmer co-operator says that she runs out of ingredients for her feeding program and so she buys corn grits as an element of her organic feeds.
  • AAIGA monitors PO organic swine production AAIGA monitors PO organic swine production Sharon Buegos, PO member and a farmer co-operator, shows off her materials in making organic feeds. The farmer co-operators were trained on organic feeds production before the CHARM-2 project gave the piglets.
  • AAIGA monitors PO organic swine production AAIGA monitors PO organic swine production Farmer co-operators, CHARM-2 project staff and LGU-OMAg representative pose for a photo shoot after the monitoring.

  • AAIGA monitors heirloom rice mill and components awarded to beneficiaries AAIGA monitors heirloom rice mill and components awarded to beneficiaries Mayor Hilario T. Bumangabang (second from left) expresses his appreciation on the community’s acquisition of the rice mill during the courtesy call. He says that more farmers use the rice mill because of its accessibility. The Hungduan MLGU provided a lot and housing where the machine will soon be transferred. (l-r) Leonora K. Verzola, CHARM2-AAIGA Component Coordinator, Lucia Dulnuan, Agricultural Technician and Michael Bahul, CHARM2 staff.
  • AAIGA monitors heirloom rice mill and components awarded to beneficiaries AAIGA monitors heirloom rice mill and components awarded to beneficiaries The rice mill is expected to help in the community’s production of quality rice. Alfonso Cayong (second from right), Municipal Agriculturist Officer, says that the machine may have imperfections but has remedies.
  • AAIGA monitors heirloom rice mill and components awarded to beneficiaries AAIGA monitors heirloom rice mill and components awarded to beneficiaries A local farmer checks on his milled rice grains. Farmers pay 15 pesos per can is 5-10 pesos lower than the private rice mill owner nearby collects for the same service.
  • AAIGA monitors heirloom rice mill and components awarded to beneficiaries AAIGA monitors heirloom rice mill and components awarded to beneficiaries Dr. Leonora Verzola, CHARM2-AAIGA Coordinator, interviews some of the farmers using the rice mill. These farmers prefer the acquired mill because of its accessibility and the cheaper payment being charged to them for milling.
  • AAIGA monitors heirloom rice mill and components awarded to beneficiaries AAIGA monitors heirloom rice mill and components awarded to beneficiaries Marvin ______ demonstrates how the rice mill works. Mr. _______ was trained and designated by the MLGU to operate the rice mill.
  • AAIGA monitors heirloom rice mill and components awarded to beneficiaries AAIGA monitors heirloom rice mill and components awarded to beneficiaries WAIT FOR YOUR TURN – Cavans of rice grains pile up at the municipal gymnasium as farmers wait for their turn to have their rice milled.

  • Apayao PO implements refo project Apayao PO implements refo project HEEDING THE SEEDLINGS —The organization establishes a temporary nursery made available of indigenous materials near the reforestation sites purposely to shelter the seedlings propagation. In three months time the seedlings will be planted in the reforestation grounds.
  • Apayao PO implements refo project Apayao PO implements refo project COUNT OFF — Forester Joyner Dammay, CHARM-2 CWCFMA Assisting Professional, doing seedling inventories. The organization is expected to produce 100,000 seedlings of endemic trees to supplement the 50 hectares reforestation area.
  • Apayao PO implements refo project Apayao PO implements refo project ALL IN A DAYS WORK – PO members untiringly participate in potting and sowing.
  • Apayao PO implements refo project Apayao PO implements refo project BONDING TIME – Mr. Edward Pomay-o, PO President (lower left) spares moment of laughter and fun to members while working at the nursery. Tired from the all days work, laughter is an instant vacation, he says.

  • CHARM-2 Project attends KLM5 CHARM-2 Project attends KLM5 Stakeholders formally opens the event at the DA-BSWM ground. Usec for Operations Joel S. Rudinas (2nd from left) and DAR Undersecretary Rosalina Bistoyong (4th from left) led the ribbon-cutting assisted by the different sectoral representatives.
  • CHARM-2 Project attends KLM5 CHARM-2 Project attends KLM5 Atok Organic Practitioners Association (AtOPA) President Flores Ruadap and Amlimay Camote Producers Association (ACPA) representative Viola Botangen sets up their products in the CHARM-2 exhibit booth. CHARM-2 Project assisted products from Atok and Buguias, Benguet were showcased during the exhibit for promotion.
  • CHARM-2 Project attends KLM5 CHARM-2 Project attends KLM5 Joel S. Rudinas addressing the participants during his welcome remarks. He states that the IFAD KLM-5 exhibitions of knowledge, good practices and products from the field contribute meaningful and good inputs to the whole government thrust on women and development.
  • CHARM-2 Project attends KLM5 CHARM-2 Project attends KLM5 Ola Salingkod (second from right) of Barglig, Mt. Province and David Tollino (far right) of Kalinga shares their experiences on gender equality and women’s empowerment. Salingkod believes that youths should be guided to become good future leaders.
  • CHARM-2 Project attends KLM5 CHARM-2 Project attends KLM5 Mayor Wilma Gattud of Tubo, Abra addressing the participants. Mayor Gattud shares her sentiments on gender and development. She says that women should have equal participation on political and public bodies as well as the government must endow in women’s strengthening.
  • CHARM-2 Project attends KLM5 CHARM-2 Project attends KLM5 Blair Backian (left) and Rolly Egsan (right) of the Atok 4H Club joins the event. Day 2 of the event focuses on youth development.
  • CHARM-2 Project attends KLM5 CHARM-2 Project attends KLM5 AND THE WINNERS ARE...!—Winners of the various contests shows off their plaques during the awarding ceremony. Photo contest, T-Shirt printing and exhibit booth preparation were participated by the different IFAD funded projects in the country.

  • CHARM2 validates PO accomplishments CHARM2 validates PO accomplishments Nursery for life. The Bagtayan Indigenous Peoples Organization establishes a center for care of young plants for the restoration of the watershed providing domestic and irrigation supply of the community.
  • CHARM2 validates PO accomplishments CHARM2 validates PO accomplishments Reagan Codmos, CWCFMA Forester (left), determines the height of the sowed seeds of Gmelina while Dennis Guisoben, AP-Kalinga, assists.
  • CHARM2 validates PO accomplishments CHARM2 validates PO accomplishments Gemlina species grows vigorously ready for planting after 2 months.
  • CHARM2 validates PO accomplishments CHARM2 validates PO accomplishments How many? Members of the validating team count the number of surviving seedlings.
  • CHARM2 validates PO accomplishments CHARM2 validates PO accomplishments Resourceful. Indigenous materials used as tools for potting and soil screening.
  • CHARM2 validates PO accomplishments CHARM2 validates PO accomplishments Gender sensitive. Women enjoy soil potting after the nursery site preparation by men.

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